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Executive Teams can stimulate or paralyze the whole organization

What do conductor, concert master and soloist contribute to common success?

Successful executive teams need much more than clear roles and tasks. They can influence the whole organization positively through the management of competing demands and effective group dynamic.

We invite you to become part of our orchestra for one morning and experience the success factors of orchestrated executive teams. Musical interactions make the effects on the whole organization transparent. For this, no previous knowledge of music is required.

For questions and application, please contact, +49 30 4404 4824 or +49 178 6060200

With Lorenz Huber, Johanna Krumin, Anna Barbara Kastelewicz and Kaiser String Quartet, 21st May 2019 from 9 to 12 am, Münzstudio Berlin

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„This conducting crash course is great and provides many learnings and analogies for leading business teams. I’m impressed by conducting professional musicians and „feeling“ their reaction on my leadership behaviour.“
Christoph Lewisch
No previous knowledge about music required

Next dates:

  • Friday, 27th September 2019, 2-6 pm

What’s the agenda?

  • Meeting point at Haus der Musik cash desk
  • Conducting crash course at the Virtual Conductor
  • Conducting session with string quartet at the HdM concert hall
  • Inputs and leadership transfer

What’s my benefit?

  • Learn more about conductor’s leadership secrets
  • Get feedback from musicians and trainer
  • Improve your leadership behaviour and teamwork

What’s included?

  • Half-day-workshop with Lorenz Huber and string quartet
  • Max. 12 participants
  • Rohema Baton from glass fiber and cork with case
  • Handout with key learnings
  • 2 Tickets for HdM

Price: € 190,- incl. VAT

We are available for questions.


Special Terms & Conditions: Max. 12 Participants. Cancellation is free until 14 days before the event. For later cancellation, the full amount will be charged. A registered participant can be substituted by another person.